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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
Win. lloanl and Ntonwall A ernon
pnrcliftw'l a ranch from A. C. Clark,
above Lake City, lnt wk. Ccriar-
Hon. W. T. Crvwilor kft here Mon-
dav fr Wtf Valley and will k from
there to IiIm stock ranch In Guano
vnllt'.v, Nevada, with a view of siz
ing tip hln Mef for t he fall drive.
l'riui I'rlelle, who at one time was
the tin in t o)tilar of nil the HctrvHw
attaclit'tl to the Koyal oora honw,
BurlapcHt. him jrone mad, in coiihc
qnenw, It Ih nalil, of rending Kiljrar
Allen Tik-'m ntories.
Ten t tir trains, drawn ly nu elec
tric loeoniotlvo, nre to run on t he 20
mile track iM-tween I At AiiReleH and
tin' ruclllt! ocean shore. Tinm the
Umiinp'lt'H l'ticlflc company will Ik
alile to hiitidle J(M,(HK) piuwenperH
George riumnier Hold a one-third
luten-fl in thrit- mining claims near
New Pine Creek lat week for $ 2.",0(K).
He wiw paid 'HHI down and $-NM In
hIx motitliH and the remainder of the
lull amount in one year. Thin look
mime likt- litiKlneHH. Cedarvllle Itec
nl. Aliuras Ih on the boom now. We
lire hid prim d that detlnate word linn
Ihk'h reeelveil there that the X. C. ().
niilnmd will heextendeil next Spring,
and nlno t lint Mr. Dunnwuy, Super
intendent of the road, Iia purclutHed
a lot iu Alturan and will erect a
bumlMoiue renlilence on it. We hope
tiie report Ih t rue. Oiiurvill llworrt.
vA.vn:i-iiY ciiicAdo manL-
FACrntlMJ 'lloutte, perfion I ll'tltt-utiiriliiiit-p
ilnil pomehnt imiiilinr with
Im'ai territory ft" aHiMant branch office
Salary 15 puid weekly, rernianetit
povltliin. No investment required.
BuniiievHeKtubliHlN'tl. Previous exper
ience not essential to enirmiinp. Ad
drhB, Miiiinjrer Branched, 1123 Uearborn
Would vou accept a ponnitinn that
will juiy you a Htrnlght nnlnry of
fU) jier tiny (21 '00 per wevk) for
whole or Hpare time? If ho write tin
lit owe. TIiIm Ih no book cuvaHning
mlieme, but antralght forward bnnl
tieHM propoHltlon, which will tie an
periiinnent h you may le ttb to
nitike It, mid will afford excellent
chimgu for promotion. No bond,
M tape uor uiireanouablu rvqulre
UH'titH. Act quickly an we winh to
employ Home oue In your locality
without delay. Sprugue Wholcalc
Co., WahoHh Ave.. Chicago. 2:1-34
Got off Cheap.
He may well think, be has K"t ""
tliwip, who, after bavin contracted
Count i put ion or indigestion, is still able
to perfectly restore bis health. Noth
will do this but Dr. King's New
Likl'ills. A fjuick, pleasant and cer
tain cure for heudac.he, constipation,
etc. 25c at liee Ik-alPs drug store ; guar
uteud. Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding money
io think those who are nick. When
Jou have a cough, cold, sore thsoat, or
cheet irritation, better act promptly
lik W. C. Barber, of Sandy Jvel, Va.
Hemys; "I had a terriblechest trouble
Mimed by' niuoke and coal dust on my
lune J hut, after flnding uo relief iu
other remedies, I was cured by Dr.
'i'K's New Discovery for Consumption,
'Klis and Colda." Ureatuat sale of
" cough or lung mediciue in the
' At Ie Beall'a drug store; 50c
I.OO; guaranteed. Trial bottle
KICHEST POSSIBLE AWARD
mt ST. LOUIS WORLD'S PAIR.
oend vjj the r&ite of dealer in
7Ur town wkn Ar nnt ll mir
-'"uonor picture, in color, ot
'wi wwer of the world. s
TOWER CO.. I STA5U3HED I0J6.
U'TON. iMMf lf(.U. CMICAOO.
CANAPIAN CO.. TOOOHIO CAN
one THINOS TO
ALL OUR R6ADERS
, We print townnhin nl.
ie i". x a miner nrint tnun.hir. ..u.
ml makei tliern into bookt to order.
j ,,(mt Klnhavc the hwr grade
' l,(l"ors am clears to l found In
We have a full set of MvHell-Rnlltn
& (Vs., sumpleH of Stock Certificate.!
an(1 with price list. Tf you
nro organizing n Rtoek company get
our rieen on Rtock certificates, tf
.. i . .7 Z "
tt "ampie ot tiie Piu lfic montly
at thin office, and you will not IichI
tatctopay 2.50 for n year's sub-m-lptlon
to The Kxn miner and that
valuable Mayiiitlne publiKliod In Port-
We are now prepared to Bell several
tracts of land at prices that will startle
you, eppecially if yon are acquainted
with the location. We have land all the
way from 1.50 per acre up to 15; un
improved or improved, to suit the
purctianer. Iike County Kxaminer.t
WANTICD: Women to represent
uh In their home and adjoining coun
tlcH to dlHtrlbute nnmpIeK and adver
tise our goodn. Salary ?21 per week
nnd exH'tiHCH, guarnteed. Kxpenses
advanced. Experience unneceHHary.
AddrcHH. with Htamp, Htntlng age,
Kceve Co., 415 Dearborn St., Chicago,
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, lllind, Uieeding or l'rolrud
ine Piles. Driiniricts refund money if
VA'A) i ilXTMKNT fails to cure any
cane, no matter of how Umg standing, in
tl to 14 days. Kirrt application gives
eane and rest, 50c, If your druggist
haf n't it send 50c in stam'ps and it will
be forwarded po-t paid by Paris Med
icine Co., St Louis, Mo.
f2,0iX reward offered by the Lake
County Wool Growers Association for
the arrest and conviction of any person
or persons guilty of killing or maiming
any sheep belonging to any member of
this association by order of the Kxcutive
P. 11. CllANDl.HK. PrKS.
I. N. Watson, fKC,
MLN AND WOMEN in this and ad
joining counties for home or traveling
work, representing and advertining the
Wholexalu and Educational Depart
ments of an old established Manufactur
ing Home. Salary :.50 per day with
expens advanced. Hig furnished
when nwessary; piition permanent;
references exchanged. Address, Blew
Brothers & Co., Home Dept. Chicago,
The Illinois Central
maintains unexcelled service from the
West to the East ami South. Making
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago
Jxiuisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these points to the far
l'rospective travelers desiring infor
mation as to the lowest rates and best
routes are invited to correspond with
the following representatives.
JJ. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J, c. Lindsey, Trav Passenger
Agent, 142 Third ut., Portland, Ore.
Paul B. Thompson Passenger Agent
Column Building -Seattle Hash.
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Thl Remedy I a Specific,
Sure to Clve Satisfaction.
cives Reuer at onci.
It cletmses, soothes, lieaJ. and protects the
diseased mernl.rane. U cmrs Citurrh aud
drives away a Cold in Ud .pu- klv.
Wore the Senses of Taste aud Swell.
Kusy to uso. Coi.tuiin no iujurtoua drugs.
Apidiod iuto the uuatriln aud u ,sorbA
Large Size, 50 eei.U at Druggist- or by
mail Triul Size, 10 ceuts by mail.
ELY BROTHERS. 68 Warrta St.. N Ytiu
steliir J. W. Max
frolIenl ' gecretarr
Mnhw.Orr, .krvlew, Or
UKE COINTY BUSINESS MENS
If you wish Information abou
Luke County, Oregon address eith
er of the above gentlemen, who will
be pleased to reply.
H. E. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
l lan of se i vices of Pastor of the M. E.
Church, Lakeviow. 1st and 3rd Sun
daj'B of each month.
Bethel at 11 a. m., and New Pine
Creek at 7 p. m., 2nd and 4th Sundays
of each month.
Lakeview at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p. m. 6th
Sundny Union School House at 11 a. m.
Lakeview at 7 p. m. You are cordially-
invited to all the services.
Sa.nford Snyder, Pastor.
With the June numlier will begiu
The Pacific Monthly's series of spec-
Inl editions for the year 190".. They
will comprise a number for Portland,
for Seattle, for Southern California,
for San Francisco anil the souvenir
number of the Iwl8 and Clark Ex
position, also a siM'cial autotnobiij
uumlier. The articles of Dr. Wolf
von Schlerbraml, six in number on
'The Coming Supremacy of the Pa
cific" are also promised, and the
planscontempliiteil by the publishers
will, without question, place The
Pacific Monthly far in advance, not
only of present competitors, but also
into the unreachable class of period
ical literature on the Pacific Coast.
The Pacific Monthly Is "old to regu
lar subscribers at the extretuely low
price of $1 a year. We have ninde
an arrangement with the publishers
by which we are able to offer It In
connection with The Lake County
Examiner, (both Publications), to
new subscriliers, and oh! ones who
pay up any back subscj-lptloti they
may owe ami a year In advance, for
the very low prlte of $2.50 a year, tf
lvopular and Picturesque.
The only thing neceesary to make the
Denver and Hio Grande the most pop
ular, as it has ever been known the
moBt pleasant and most picturesque
way to cross the continent, has come
about. This is the establishment of
through sleeping car service.
In connection with the O. It. & N. a
through Pullman Standard Sleeper is
now run from Portland to Denver, leav
ing Portland at 8.." p. m., arriving at
Salt Lake at 8 40 a. m. the second
morning, leaving Salt Lake at 3.50 p.
in. and arriving at Denver 4 20 p. m. the
following day. This schedule gives pas
sengers seven hours stop-over in Salt
Lake, affording an opportunity to visit
the Mormon Capital as well as a day
light ride through the grandest scenery
in the world.
For reservation in this car and for il
lustrated booklets picturing the scenery
contiguous to the Denver & RioGrande,
proving it to be the '-Scenifl Line of the
World," wiite to W. C. MeBride, Gen
eral Agent, 124 Third street, Portland.
An Editor's Opinion of the Royal
Edyth Toiler Weatlierred, iu de
scribing; a recent trip over the Denver
&.IUo Grande Railroad, says in"Tlio
"At last the goal of the ambition
of years lias leen reached marve
lous, wonderful, grand and lusplring
Royal Gorge Is on either hand. The
only disappointing thing Is you only
have one pair of eyes, while the train
darts In and out of the tremendous
chasm. If any who have never seen
It are wondering how It looks just
go aud uee. Thousands have tried
to descrllw It, yet every attemptfalls
short of giving the subject Justice."
If you contemplate a trip East,
write W. C. Mcllrlde, 124 Third street
Portland, Oregon, for booklets pic
turing Colorado's famous scenery,
and any other Information you may
desire. 3 w
Attacked by a Mob.
and beaten, in a labor riot, until cover
ed with sores, a Chi :ugo street car con
ductor applied llucklen'a Arulca Salve,
and was soon sound and well. "I use it
in my family," writes O. J. Welch, of
Tekoneha, Mich., ' and find it perfect.'
Simply great for cuts and burn. Only
25c at Lee Ueall's drug store.
m m m m-m e M
S. F. AHLSTROM.
p The best Vaquerosad-
t die on the market.
& Also a complete line of wagon
and buggy harness, whips,
e rolies rlatas, bits, spurs,
quirts, rosettes, In fact every"
" thing In the line of carriage
and horse furnishings. Re
pairing by competent men.
ERECTED IN 1900
SEpofflow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
F. E. HARRIS.
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
JUST OPENED. GOODS AR
RIVING. ALL THE TIME.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
BEALUS DRUG STORE
LRE BEALL, Proprietor
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
Notions, Cigars,' "Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK, SAUSAGE, ETC.,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT TH8
..Lakeview Meat Market..
JOHN WENDELL, Proprietor
AT PRESENT LOCATED
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Perhaps you like your gray
then remember Hall's Tlsir
gray hair. Stops falling hrir,
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rv- i'l i hi
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E. N. JAQUISH
Snider Bui ding on Water St.
OF HOTEL LAKEVidW
hair; then keep It. Perhaps not i
Rcncwcr chvays restores color to
U juur -lrutf!t him nrlj mi, eeui 1.UUM
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